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himsrj 14th January 2019 02:24 AM

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Originally Posted by Mo_Salah (Post 14769490)
Congrats mate. Well deserved!! May I ask what is your nominated occupation?
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Hey thanks.
It's ICT-Business Analyst code 261111

PrettyIsotonic 14th January 2019 02:27 AM

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Originally Posted by abhishekshroff (Post 14769474)
Still no word on my application. No CO contact nor any commencement mail! The anxiety builds up everyday! Close to 6 months now :(

Hang in there buddy, I'll hang around until you get your grant for sure :)

Once you cross the global processing times, perhaps chuck in a feedback form from the DHA website checking what's up.

himsrj 14th January 2019 02:27 AM

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Originally Posted by PrettyIsotonic (Post 14769508)

Congrats Johnny Bravo! [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.expatforum.com/expats/images/smilies/biggrin.gif[/IMG]

Less than 3 months for a DG - super happy for you

Hey thanks, i learned a lot by following you around. Thanks again @PI

abhishekshroff 14th January 2019 02:32 AM

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Originally Posted by Mo_Salah (Post 14769494)
Hi mate, just keep calm and things will come eventually. What is your nominated occupation and state you applied to?


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Thanks man! That’s what I’m hoping too. Nominated state is QLD and occupation is biomedical engineer

abhishekshroff 14th January 2019 02:34 AM

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Originally Posted by PrettyIsotonic (Post 14769516)
Hang in there buddy, I'll hang around until you get your grant for sure :)



Once you cross the global processing times, perhaps chuck in a feedback form from the DHA website checking what's up.



Thanks a ton man! I sincerely hope that you get yours real soon!

My agent says that she’s mailed DHA and is awaiting a response

outspoken 14th January 2019 02:40 AM

In form 80, it asks for your previous 10 years address details. I was most of the times away from my permanent address for this period for work. So is there any problem If I mention my addresses of properties where I lived in during my work?
All my documents (passport, driving licence, etc) are in the permanent address. Also, I did my PCC from my home city. But I cannot mention that address anywhere in my form 80. Will that be an issue?

sc.mnit 14th January 2019 02:46 AM

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Originally Posted by himsrj (Post 14769512)
Hey thanks.
It's ICT-Business Analyst code 261111

Congrats himSRJ , a great news and that too you are in Oz so must be a big relief.
:)

sc.mnit 14th January 2019 02:48 AM

Hi All ,

I have lodged my 190 NSW on 11Dec 2018 , so 33-34 days to be precise , with a pending HKG PCC , can be done once CO asks as mentioned on the thread before.

Question is : Shall I ask DHA on their email ID to provide me a PCC request letter for self and spouse in advance in order to save time and be proactive ?
This is not the usual situation as most countries do give PCC without a CO letter and I want to avoid an unnecessary CO contact / delay by 1-3 months due to this small stuff.

Pls. advise.

PrettyIsotonic 14th January 2019 02:52 AM

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Originally Posted by sc.mnit (Post 14769554)
Hi All ,

I have lodged my 190 NSW on 11Dec 2018 , so 33-34 days to be precise , with a pending HKG PCC , can be done once CO asks as mentioned on the thread before.

Question is : Shall I ask DHA on their email ID to provide me a PCC request letter for self and spouse in advance in order to save time and be proactive ?
This is not the usual situation as most countries do give PCC without a CO letter and I want to avoid an unnecessary CO contact / delay by 1-3 months due to this small stuff.

Pls. advise.

No harm asking mate.

Singapore too says they only provide a PCC with a letter from a relevant authority requesting it. Few people before me had got it using their invitation to apply letter. I tried before getting my invitation to apply letter, and was successful.

My point being, you might be the first person to discover a new path of least resistance :)

Do keep us posted.

PrettyIsotonic 14th January 2019 02:55 AM

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Originally Posted by outspoken (Post 14769532)
In form 80, it asks for your previous 10 years address details. I was most of the times away from my permanent address for this period for work. So is there any problem If I mention my addresses of properties where I lived in during my work?
All my documents (passport, driving licence, etc) are in the permanent address. Also, I did my PCC from my home city. But I cannot mention that address anywhere in my form 80. Will that be an issue?

Question 17 states:
"addresses inside and outside Australia
• places you resided for study/work
• refugee camps
• any other place you have resided such as share houses, university residences and temporary accommodation.
"

So you should include all your addresses where you have lived, with no gaps, as accurately as possible.

I too had a permanent home address (as reflected in documents such as my driving license), but included addresses I had lived for study/work in the past 10 years.

Form 80 is a character assessment form, they want to know the places you've been and the people you might have associated with.


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